WBCR NEWS 2.5.18

In world news, Turkey suffered the worst day of casualties in Syria on Saturday in recent memory, and there are conflicting reports; and although a nuclear arms reduction treaty waited eight years to finally take effect today, the Trump administration has different plans.

In national news, it was the third time in seven weeks that an Amtrak train derailed on the tracks, and yet again, the result was deadly; and President Trump plans to withdraw a nomination for the head of the White House Council of Environmental Quality.

In local news, a contracted employee working for the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in Lower Manhattan was caught by an undercover officer illegally selling and trafficking firearms, some of which are assault rifles.

And finally, some final thoughts about my final semester on the job.

Produced, written, and edited by: Richard Ngo (WBCR News Director).

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Javier Gutierrez is the News Director for WBCR, Writer for The Excelsior, and Co-Host for Heat and Ace Show.